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WayneKremer last won the day on February 15 2013

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    An old Dasher user that migrated to LOR.
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  1. I just looked into Zara. Seems cool for the most part, but tricky on starting and stopping it without interruption. I play my songs in WMP right now, but need a simple way of turning it on and off during and after shows. thx! Wayne
  2. Yes, that's what I'm talking about. But, I thought that someone wrote a program to create a bunch of 1 channel sequences with the associated music file. Otherwise, I'll have to create over 100 sequences manually...which I would rather not do. Can Zara Radio handle local files?
  3. I thought I remember seeing a program that someone built to create sequences with music only (no lights). Was I dreaming that? If not, can you point me in the right direction? thx!
  4. Mike, can you please fix the beta announcement of 4.3.16? It references the What's New page...but that only has up to 4.3.12. Would like to know the bug fixes for 4.3.16. thx Wayne
  5. Bob, I assume you are still trying to find the initial cause of the problem and your temp fix is to get everyone's shows to run smoothly. thx
  6. Excellent! Thank you!
  7. I know how to do dimming in a sequence, but I would just like to dim the entire CCR down 50% for all my sequences....WITHOUT re-doing all the sequencing. I know...right? So, is it possible? thx!
  8. Had hellish winds, but next to no rain because the Sierra's shadowed our whole valley. Kinda bummed that we got no precipitation out of this huge storm. I took down my mega-wreath screen and everything else handled the wind perfectly. The pixel tree was bolstered with 12 gauge wire in the center section and that stopped all the conduit sticks from blowing around like crazy. The base to the conduit sticks were concrete rebar tie-wrapped. The whole pixel tree moved in harmonic patterns with the wind, but not out of control to the point of destruction. Wireframes moved around a bit, but held. Put the screen back up and we are ready to rock tonight!
  9. I plan on removing my wreath screen as it acts as a sail in the wind. The pixel tree sticks are held in place by zip ties. I think I'll use the concrete rebar steel ties instead. It'll hit you first in California. Let me know how you fare... Good luck everyone!
  10. plasmadrive, I'm also shutting down my show early tonight and going completely dark on Thursday. I think I will even unplug all my controllers in case something goes flying. They are expecting 80+ mph winds here. Scary!
  11. I wouldn't mind if LOR sold individual repair sections. As it stands now, I only see that I have to repair the whole ribbon to fix just one small section.
  12. I have this same issue (green missing). Worst part is that sometimes the problem goes away on it's own, but then comes back just to annoy the heck out of me. Has anyone been able to fix this problem? I'm willing to dissect the CCR.
  13. Many times your video driver has an option in it that says "Run videos in full screen". You want to be sure that is checked.
  14. Marshall, I haven't fired up my show for the year, but really hope the problem is minimal. I'm not sure what could be causing the small windows. Did you try maximizing the small video window?
  15. Agreed! Everyone. Our displays may be the most important thing right now (even beyond family, friends, work, etc.), but safety is #1. Without you being safe, there is no display.